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Job: Marketing Officer, Dean Heritage Centre

The Dean Heritage Centre is looking to recruit a Marketing Officer. This is an exciting and challenging role providing crucial events, marketing and retail buying support to the organisation. 150 more words

Jobs / Opportunities

Iain Robertson Down Under

Along with my colleague, Carl Griffin from the University of Sussex, I have been extremely lucky to have been awarded a short-term Research Fellowship at the University of Curtin (Perth, Western Australia). 261 more words


Birdsong and Superb Trails

I’m incredibly lucky to live in what, having travelled the world riding bikes, I have concluded to be the most trail-dense area anywhere. Right on my doorstep – literally the hill that rises steeply directly behind my house – there are numerous technical tracks through dense forest. 88 more words

Vid Clips

Wye Garden Bee Project

Ok, this is not the most ‘Christmassy’ of posts, but we think that bees make great blog fodder at any time of the year!

We’re lucky enough to have a good number of folk producing honey in and around the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley – as we saw in the post on Sarah Gates’ Mitcheldean Soap company. 723 more words

Top 10 Indian eateries mission: The River Spice

We may reside in the Forest of Dean, but we can still enjoy the flavours of the mystical East. Local food doesn’t have to be traditional English fare. 959 more words

Questions asked in the Forest of Dean

How the word of her arrival sped through the Forest Anna did not know but wherever she went one or two of the Belgian refugees would press her for information about friends, relations, villages and their well-being. 257 more words

Historical Fiction

Little Owl

A Little Owl perches on electricity pylons on the outskirts of the Forest of Dean. It is one of our non-native species of owl, introduced to Britain in the 19th century.